SAGECROWD ANNOUNCES FIRST ANGEL NETWORK SUPPORT

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia, November 26, 2013 – sageCrowd announced today support from the First Angel Network (FAN). The Halifax-based collaborative learning company received an extremely positive response when it presented to FAN members recently.

 

“Support of this kind from the First Angel Network is very important for us,” said Sean Sears, Co-Founder of sageCrowd. “Not just the financial investment, but their support through advice and feedback. It is great to have some of the region’s best business leaders see the real potential in our company.”

Brian Lowe, Co-Founder and Director of First Angel Network said, “We see many exciting early stage companies looking for investment in Atlantic Canada. sageCrowd offered an exciting combination of innovative service, large market potential and excellent leadership. We are pleased to support sageCrowd and look forward to an ongoing relationship.”

About The First Angel Network
The First Angel Network Association (FAN) is a not-for-profit organization formed to bridge the capital gap for companies with extraordinary potential in Atlantic Canada.

FAN provides entrepreneurs and investors with a confidential, disciplined, high-quality private equity investment experience. FAN also delivers education and networking opportunities in the areas of investment readiness, angel investing and commercialization.

FAN is a member-based organization which offers a forum for Angel investors to increase their exposure to quality, pre-screened early stage investment opportunities and expand their network of like-minded investors. FAN also provides qualified entrepreneurs the opportunity to approach a community of active investors.

About sageCrowd
sageCrowd is an online collaborative learning platform focused on personal and professional development. The platform is based on the principles of social learning and the current neuroscience of memory and formation of positive habits. sageCrowd works with leading personal improvement authors – each of them gets their own channel on sageCrowd’s network with monthly lessons presented in a way designed to make learning new ideas and skills fast, easy and entertaining.

For more information visit www.sagecrowd.com.

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